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Bluetooth Pairing Surface 2 With Nokia Md-12 Speaker


Jerome

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Hi all,

 

I am unable to pair my Surface 2 and my Nokia MD-12 portable speaker via Bluetooth  :(

The MD-12 is not found by the Surface.

It works fine on my Nokia Lumia 830 (I had to use NFC the 1st time though)

 

I read that article

http://surfacegeeks.net/bluetooth-pairing-with-surface-rt-and-big-jambox.html

but my MD-12 is simply not found by the Surface 2...

 

Has anyone succeeded pairing Surface 2 and MD-12 ?

What are the steps ?

Thanks for your help.

 

Jerome

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